Many times the recipient of a structured settlement is in a financially precarious position due to the events that have led up to the structured settlement agreement. While the structured settlement annuitant may be set to receive periodic payments after the agreement has been reached the reality is they may not be enough to immediately settle debts or satisfy their current financial obligations.
To solve this problem it is common for structured settlement annuitants to sell structured settlements and replace their periodic payments with a one-time lump sum payment, providing them with a larger pool of money for their needs and future goals.
At AnFed Bank, the only bank specifically designed to serve the unique needs of structured settlement annuitants and lottery winners, structured settlement annuitants can sell as much of their future structured settlement payments as this want so that they can eliminate debt, pay educational expenses or simply have enough money for unexpected needs.
Of course that’s not all a lump sum payment for your structured settlement payments can offer, it can also afford you the opportunity to buy a home, purchase a vehicle and invest in business ventures; all of this is possible. The key is to get the most money for your structured settlement payments and because AnFed Bank is a division of BofI Federal Bank, a federally chartered, publically traded and FDIC insured bank, there is no need to go through a broker who can’t offer as much for those structured settlement payments.
If you want to know whether or not you should sell structured settlements set up a free consultation with an expert from AnFed Bank and learn the facts.